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Poster: zigoto Date: Sep 14, 2009 11:28am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: *Update* ALL UPLOADS (of last 31 days)

The Cases of Eddie Drake - Shoot the works (1949)
CBS produced the series in 1949. It was subsequently shown on NBC in 1951 (June 4 - August 27) and on DuMont in 1952 (March 6 - May 29). The episode: "Shoot the works" aired on DuMont on April 10, 1952.
Cast: Don Haggerty (Eddie Drake), Patricia Morrison (Dr. Karen Gayle)
http://www.archive.org/details/TheCasesOfEddieDrake-ShootTheWorks1949

Unsold Television Pilot: ''Unsolved'' (1950's Crime Drama)
An unsold television pilot presumably from the 1950's. Based partially on the real-life murder of criminal Benjamin 'Bugsy' Siegel. Air date is unknown.
http://www.archive.org/details/UnsoldTelevisionPilotunsolved1950sCrimeDrama

"The old american barn dance" (1953)
Re-upload Two episodes of the Country and Western series "The old american barn dance", which aired on DuMont from July to September 1953. 1. Host Bill Bailey sings the western swing number "No Supper Tonight". Performers on the first show include Kenny Roberts ("Cry Baby Blues"), Kay Brewer ("Boogie Woogie Yodel"), the house band The Saddle Pals ("Stomp"), Nancy Lee ("I''m Dyin' For Someone To Love Me"), Homer & Jethro ("A Screwball's Love Song"), The Candy Mountain Girls ("Night Train To Memph...
http://www.archive.org/details/theOldAmericanBarnDance1953

Crime Drama: ''Martin Kane, Private Eye'' - Reclusive Sisters
Another episode of the crime-drama "Martin Kane, Private Eye". In this episode, three sisters (one of which is criminally insane) create trouble after the victims body is shown to have been mutilated *after* the murder. (Note: contains original advertising. It should be noted this style of advertising was not that common then)
http://www.archive.org/details/CrimeDramamartinKanePrivateEye-ReclusiveSisters

Crime Drama: ''Martin Kane, Private Eye'' - Murder in the Court
Another episode of "Martin Kane, Private Eye", a live crime drama from the early days of television. In this episode, a murder during a court hearing makes everyone unsure who supplied the weapon. Not a bad episode, though it does feature a couple of stereotypes, a few missed cues and some unusual camera angles. Though it features product placement for pipe tobacco, the amount of actual advertising is less than you'd assume.
http://www.archive.org/details/CrimeDramamartinKanePrivateEye-MurderInTheCourt

Crime Television: 'Martin Kane, Private Eye' (Hotel Con Game, 1951) (1951)
An episode of the 1950's crime television series "Martin Kane, Private Eye". This episode is called "Hotel Con Game". With original advertising for Pipe Tobacco (Note: this kind of product-placement was fairly rare on prime-time TV, despite what hopeless TV critics may say).
http://www.archive.org/details/1950sTvmartinKanePrivateEyehotelConGame1951

Armchair Detective (1949)
Episode of "Armchair Detective" with your Armchair Interrogator John Milton Kennedy and your Crime Authority H. Allen Smith.
The two scenes of this episode are: "The hobo millionaire" [cast: Harry Martin, Frederic Tozere and Cy Kendall] and "The warehouse murder" [cast: Kay Lee, Bert Davidson, Ken Harvey and Jerome Sheldon].
http://www.archive.org/details/ArmchairDetective1949

Chesterfield Supper Club - 27/November/1949
Perry Como's guests are Patti Page and Victor Borge.
http://www.archive.org/details/ChesterfieldSupperClub-27november1949

The Ed Wynn Show (15 December 1949, Episode 13)
An episode of the short-lived early TV comedy "The Ed Wynn Show". This weak episode was already out-dated when it aired (compared with other surviving kinescopes from this period), and fails to make good use of it's guests (Buddy Ebsen and Hattie McDaniel, who don't appear together at any time). The picture quality is atrocious, not caused by a bad encoding but by what looks like a video tape transfer from another video tape transfer of another video tape transfer of a 16mm kinescope made with f...
http://www.archive.org/details/TheEdWynnShow15December1949Episode13

The Ed Wynn Show (15 April 1950, Episode 30)
An episode of the short-lived early TV comedy "The Ed Wynn Show". This episode starts normally, then decends into near-surrealism, before ending with a song. Guests in this episode are Barbara Jo Allen ("Vera Vague") and John Charles Thomas. Picture quality is sloppy as usual for this series.
http://www.archive.org/details/TheEdWynnShow15April1950Episode30

Early TV: The Ed Wynn Show (25 March 1950, Episode 27)
An episode of the short-lived early TV comedy "The Ed Wynn Show". Like many early variety shows, this program has elements of both Vaudeville & Radio. Guests in this episode include Gloria Swanson. Picture quality is sloppy due to bad source material.
http://www.archive.org/details/EarlyTvTheEdWynnShow25March1950Episode27

Studio One: Little Women: Jo's story - Lela Swift
Re-upload of: "Studio One" Little Women: Jo's story (1950) Director: Lela Swift Writers: Sumner Locke Elliott, Louisa May Alcott (story) Original Air Date: 25 December 1950 (Season 3, Episode 18) Cast: Mary Sinclair, Kent Smith
http://www.archive.org/details/StudioOneLittleWomenJosStory-LelaSwift

Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts (1956)
Episode of "Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts" from July 30, 1956.
http://www.archive.org/details/ArthurGodfreysTalentScouts1956

Classic Commercial: Metrecal Diet Drink (1965)
A classic 1965 commercial for "Metrecal", a diet drink. This commercial has unusual picture quality, which is exactly how it appeared on my DVD copy. Taken from 1965 TV-Episode with invalid copyright notice.
http://www.archive.org/details/ClassicCommercialMetrecalDietDrink1965

1965 Commercials (''The FBI'', Gleem Toothpaste, Camay Soap)
Three commercials from 1965: A Promo for "The FBI" ABC-TV series; A Commercial for 'Gleem Toothpaste', and a commercial for Camay Soap. Taken from 1965 TV episode with invalid copyright notice.
http://www.archive.org/details/1965CommercialstheFbiGleemToothpasteCamaySoap

The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet - The Prowler (1965)
Another episode of "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet". In this episode, Ozzie's attempts at avoiding playing a card game end up in him being mistaken as a prowler. This copy has very WEIRD picture quality that defies explanation. Aired 13 October 1965, and contains some original commercials.
http://www.archive.org/details/TheAdventuresOfOzzieHarriet-TheProwler1965

Classic TV Commercial: Lady Sunbeam Hair Dryer (1965)
A classic television commercial for the Lady Sunbeam Hair Dryer, aired during 1965. This commercial notes that the product "can dry hair in 22 minutes".
http://www.archive.org/details/ClassicTvCommercialLadySunbeamHairDryer1965

1965 Polaroid Instant Photo Camera commercial (Good Quality)
A vintage 1965 television commercial for a model of Polaroid camera. This camera was sold at the price of $19.95 ($136.39 in September 2009 money). Also features catchy jingle.
http://www.archive.org/details/1965PolaroidInstantPhotoCameraCommercialgoodQuality

The Adventures Ozzie and Harriet: Kris and the Queen (1965)
An episode of "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" called "Kris and the Queen". In this episode (from the final season), Ricky and his wife Kris attempt to get Wally back with his girlfriend, with disasterous results. This copy has mediocre picture quality, but contains some original commercials.
http://www.archive.org/details/TheAdventuresOzzieAndHarrietKrisAndTheQueen1965

This is Your Life: Duke Kahanamoku (Father of Surfing) - Ralph Edwards
This is Your Life: Duke Kahanamoku Hawaiian Olympic swimmer who won three gold and two silver medals. He is also considered the father of surfing due to his promotion of the sport, greatly increasing its popularity. First broadcast live on NBC TV on February 20th 1957.
http://www.archive.org/details/this_is_your_life_duke_kahanamoku

Another Classic Commercial for "Cheer"
Another classic 1950's commercial for "Cheer", a cleaning product. This commercial aired during 1955. If Spuzz doesn't review this item, then I'll have Prince Vegeta eat him. Overall, a decent 1950's commercial. Complete telecast can be found elsewhere on the Internet Archive.
http://www.archive.org/details/Where_Is_Spuzz

1965 Classic Commercial for ''Cue Toothpaste''
Another classic 1960's commercial, this time for "Cue Toothpaste". Taken from a 1965 Television episode.
http://www.archive.org/details/1965ClassicCommercialForcueToothpaste

Classic 1965 Commercial for Arrid Deodorant
A classic 1965 TV commercial for a product called "Arrid Deodorant". This commercial distictly aims the product at people with an active life than presumably, results in a lot of sweat (and thus smell).
http://www.archive.org/details/Classic1965CommercialForArridDeodorant

Studio One: The Trial of John Peter Zenger - Paul Nickell
Reupload of: "Studio One" The Trial of John Peter Zenger (1953) Director: Paul Nickell Writer: Irve Tunick Original Air Date: 12 January 1953 (Season 5, Episode 16) Cast: Eddie Albert, Marian Seldes
http://www.archive.org/details/StudioOneTheTrialOfJohnPeterZengerPaulNickell

The Big Picture: The Korean War
In this episode The Big Picture describes the Korean conflict in 1951/52
http://www.archive.org/details/KoreanWar

The Big Picture: Summer Storm
In this episode The Big Picture tells the story of the beginning of the Korean War on 25 June 1950.
http://www.archive.org/details/SummerStorm

''The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet'' (22 September 1965, 'A Rose a Day')
Yet Another episode of "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet", a television sitcom that aired from 1952 to 1966. This copy is very different to the version already uploaded, with much worse picture quality but containing footage not seen in the other copy of "A Rose a Day".
http://www.archive.org/details/theAdventuresOfOzzieAndHarriet22September1965aRoseADay

1960's Mainstream Culture: ''Ozzie and Harriet'' (A Painting from the Past, 17 March 1965)
Another episode of the 1952-1966 sitcom "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet". In this episode, from when the series ratings were declining, an old painting by Ricky leads to a series of problems between him and his wife. Please excuse sloppy picture quality, but does contain some original commercials.
http://www.archive.org/details/1960sMainstreamCultureozzieAndHarrietaPaintingFromThePast17

This is your Life: Jesse Owens - Ralph Edwards
Jesse Owens: Sports hero - The American track and field athlete who won four Gold Medals at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, Germany. First broadcast 27th April 1960.
http://www.archive.org/details/this_is_your_life_jesse_owens

Plymouth Playhouse - A Tale of Two Cities (1953)
A Tale of Two Cities Part One: THE LONDON STORY-1780 Part Two: THE PARIS STORY-1789 starring: Wendell Corey, Wanda Hendrix Directed by: Dik Darley
http://www.archive.org/details/PlymouthPlayhouse-ATaleOfTwoCities1953

1960's Culture: ''Ozzie and Harriet'' (Episode: The Petition, 6 January 1965)
Another episode of that long-running (1952-1966) sitcom "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet". In this episode, Ricky's suspicions about a woman's money request results in a David speartheading a new annual celebration-day called "Wive's Day". Please excuse sloppy picture quality.
http://www.archive.org/details/1960sCultureozzieAndHarrietepisodeThePetition6January1965

1960's TV: ''Ozzie and Harriet'' (Sitcom, 4 November 1964, ''The Ballerina'')
Another episode of the ABC-TV comedy "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet". In this semi-complete (27 minutes) episode, a fund-raiser for the Woman's Club ends up resulting in, among other things, an eleborate dream sequence and a Nelson family member having tomatoes thrown at him.
http://www.archive.org/details/1960sTvozzieAndHarrietsitcom4November1964theBallerina

1960's Television: ''Ozzie and Harriet'' (''A Letter About Harriet'', 1 April 1964)
A public domain episode of "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet", a sitcom which aired on ABC-TV from 1952 to 1966. In this episode, a newspaper contest in which husbands send in letters about their wives leads to a series of humorous events and misunderstandings. Episode runs at slightly incomplete, running at around 27 minutes.
http://www.archive.org/details/1960sTelevisionozzieAndHarrietaLetterAboutHarriet1April

Broadway Open House - 14/December/1950
Another episode of the first late-night variety program "Broadway open house". With Jerry Lester, Milton DeLugg, Dave Street, Ray Malone, Dagmar, The Mellolarks, Joan Lorre. Guest-star(let): Laurette Luez.
http://www.archive.org/details/BroadwayOpenHouse-14december1950

The Vincent Price Collection of Fine Art (Informational) - Sears, Roebuck and Co.
The Vincent Price Collection of Fine Art: An Informational Program Production Presented and introduced by Vincent Price
http://www.archive.org/details/the_vincent_price_collection_of_fine_art

Bonanza - The Mission - NBC
Set in Nevada in the 1860's, Bonanza chronicled the adventures of the Cartwright family who owned a large ranch called The Ponderosa. Ben Cartwright and his three sons, Adam, Hoss, and Joe fought for what was just and decent in a time where lawlessness was common. The widowed patriarch Ben Cartwright had three sons, each by a different wife: the oldest was the urbane architect Adam Cartwright, who built the ranch house...
http://www.archive.org/details/Bonanza-TheMission

Weird Anti Cable TV (Pay TV) PSA
Classic 70's Public Service Announcement (PSA) that tells us of the horrors of Cable Television.
http://www.archive.org/details/WeirdAntiCableTvPsa

Hanna Barbera Anti Drug PSA
Classic 70's Public Service Announcement (PSA) against the use of illegal drugs that was produced by HANNA-BARBERA
http://www.archive.org/details/HannaBarberaAntiDrugPsa

Bill Cosby: Anti Drugs PSA
Classic 70's Public Service Announcement (PSA) featuring Bill Cosby.

Anti Smoking Dolphin PSA
Classic 70's Public Service Announcement (PSA) against smoking.
http://www.archive.org/details/AntiSmokingDolphinPsa

Smokey the Bear: The Three Bears PSA
Classic 70's Public Service Announcement (PSA) for the prevention of forest fires
http://www.archive.org/details/SmokeyTheBearTheThreeBearsPsa

Smokey the Bear: Only You PSA
Classic 70's Public Service Announcement (PSA) for the prevention of forest fires.
http://www.archive.org/details/SmokeyTheBearOnlyYouPsa

Cigarette Commercials 50s-60s
Large collection of lesser know cigarette commercials airing on tv in the 50s and early 60s. View more classic commercials at http://toonheads.tv/channel/17/classic-commercials/recent/1
http://www.archive.org/details/Cigarette_Commercials

Smokey The Bear / Joanna Cassidy PSA
Classic 70's Public Service Announcement (PSA) for the prevention of forest fires.
http://www.archive.org/details/SmokeyTheBearJoannaCassidyPsa

Sergeant Preston Of The Yukon - Scourge Of The Wilderness - CBS
The program was an adventure series about Sergeant Frank Preston of the Northwest Mounted Police and his lead sled dog, Yukon King, as they fought evildoers in the Northern wilderness during the Gold Rush of the 1890's. Preston first joined the Mounties to capture his father's killer and when he was successful he was promoted to Sergeant. Preston's staunchest ally, who was arguably the true star of the show and indeed often did more work than he did, was the brave Alaskan husky, Yukon King...
http://www.archive.org/details/SergeantPrestonOfTheYukon-ScourgeOfTheWilderness

Bonanza - Showdown - NBC
Set in Nevada in the 1860's, Bonanza chronicled the adventures of the Cartwright family who owned a large ranch called The Ponderosa. Ben Cartwright and his three sons, Adam, Hoss, and Joe fought for what was just and decent in a time where lawlessness was common. The widowed patriarch Ben Cartwright had three sons, each by a different wife: the oldest was the urbane architect Adam Cartwright, who built the ranch house...
http://www.archive.org/details/Bonanza-Showdown

Sue Fleming and Medical Internet Services with lost "The Cisco Kid" - mark fleming
A lost episode of the popular western series, "The Cisco Kid" has been recently restored at the Mark Fleming Studios. Sue Fleming and Medical Internet Services are now presenting the exciting show on Channel 98 Worldwide. This show is unique beause it is not formatted with commercial spots or bumpers.
http://www.archive.org/details/SueFlemingAndMedicalInternetServicesWithTheCiscoKid

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Poster: couchpotato Date: Sep 14, 2009 12:10pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: *Update* ALL UPLOADS (of last 31 days)

Thank you for the hard work putting together this list! :)

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Poster: zigoto Date: Sep 14, 2009 2:54pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: *Update* ALL UPLOADS (of last 31 days)

I just hope people get encouraged to upload again, despite the lack of a moderator.
Your items don't get "lost" and others are able to find it, if only by crude means such as this post.

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Poster: guyzilla Date: Sep 14, 2009 7:36pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: *Update* ALL UPLOADS (of last 31 days)

Zigoto:
Right now, from what I've seen in the last four weeks, the only thing keeping IA going is you and folks like you. If there is any actual "staff" on this site, any function they are fulfilling escapes me. A post was made on August 20 announcing they've stopped moving files in the feature films forum. You can read it here if you like:
http://www.archive.org/iathreads/post-view.php?id=260012
..."awaiting some regular staff input"...whatever that means. Yes, I admit I'm getting a little irritated, not so much with the situation, but with the fact that no staff member can be bothered to take a minute or so to tell us what's going on. I don't think it's fair to all the patrons that have been taking the time and trouble to contribute here in Classic TV, Feature Films, and other sections. I hope we don't lose any of these people who've been kind enough to upload all these great movies and shows for all of us to enjoy, and I feel these people are entitled to an explanation, one that is well past due. The bottom line is; IA isn't just it's staff, it's US!